Amazing Year Day 263: Well Done Thai Food

25 Nov

Please reread the title. I’m not referring to Thai cuisine cooked to a bloodless-close-to dry/burnt-extreme-level, I am instead personifying Thai food and showing my appreciation for it.

I’m not so sure how authentic Thai Town’s menu is, but my wife and I have certainly lost our enthusiasm in favor of Kiki Thai’s delicious morsels. However, today a particular pork dish from the former blew us away!

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So in honor of Thanksgiving weekend, here are some thanks…

  • Thank you to the farmer or factory that raised this pig. (Thanks to the pig’s parents, whether they knew they were producing a pig or not.)
  • Thank you to the pig.
  • Thank you to the farmer or factory for slaughtering this pig.
  • Thank you to the person or company that purchased the meaty remains of this pig.
  • Thank you to the cook that prepared the late pig’s flesh.
  • Thank you to my blind ignorance to the heinous act of eating meat.
  • Thank you to my tastebuds for waking up to the temporary joys of eating dead pig.
  • Thank you to my wife for sharing in the joy of eating this dead pig.
  • Thank you.
  • *** Please note, if our pork dish contained meat from more than a singular pig, then please change the thanks to pigs (plural, as in more than one).

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